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DELAWARE GAZETTE. LEE Sc THOWWO.t, Publishers. nclBnaie, O., An?. 6, IS69 Republican State Ticket. BOVKBKOB, RCTnEFORD,B. M A TK-. LIEUTENANT OOVIRf OK, JOHS C. LEE. '-' .. SCPREMB COURT, li'ther; ,daTi treasurer of state, sidxet 8. warxer. attobret general, Francis ;b. pond, bo abd of public works, richard a. porter. ..COUNTY COSTESTIOS. The Union Republican Voters of th several Townships in the county of Del awn re are requested to meet at their respective rlre for holdinar Tp. elec tions, on SATURDAY. An. Uthl9o9, at 4 o'clock P. M. for the miroose of se lectin Delegate to the County Con vention to be held at the town of Dela ware on MONDAY, AUG. 16th, 1869, to . nonoinat" a County Ticket, o select a Central Committee and appoint Delegates to the Senatorial Convention. E-ich township will be entitled to one Delegate for every 25 votes cast for General Grant, and one Delegate for every fraction of over 13 which gives to each Township the fol lowing number of Delegates: Berkshire. 9 Marlborough.... 3 Berliu 7 Oranr Brown 7 'Concord 4 Delaware... 31 TJenoa. tit... ....... 4 Harlem 4 Kingston 4 Liberty 6 Oxford 6 Porter 6 Radnor 8 Scioto 5 Thompson.......... 3 Trenton .... Troy Total , ; 120 By order of Central Committee. T. F. JOY, Chairman. MASS MEETING IN Delaware, Saturday Sept. -4th The State Central Committee has ap pointed a Mass Meeting at Delaware Ohio, Sept. 4th, and have assigned GOV. R. B. UAYES, and other speakers for the occasion. This will be The Meeting of the ttanvaas and it is hoped there will be tare turnout of the people to hear o excellent Governor upon the issues the Campaign. T. F. JOY, Chairman Union Central Committee, of The Republicans of Guernsey county need not want a better paper than the Times. From our point of view it Impossible to see what they are to sain (and much may be lost) by having an additional Republican paper at Cam bridge. The Time deserves their ttn divided support. The Herald compares what it calls our '"attack" upon Hubbell to an as sault upon a "windmill." That will do. We know of nothingto which the term windmill could be more aptly ap plied than to the Herala's favorite can didate, unless it be to the Herald itself. SENATORIAL CONVENTION. The Republican Convention lor ' the nomination of a State Senator to rep resent the counties of Licking and Del wr, will be held at Swobury, Dela ware county, on Tuesday August 17lh. The delegates from Licking: are as follows : P. JST. O'Bannon, T. J. Thom as, Uriah Sbipps, Redman Wilson, J. J. Metzar, James . M. Stewart, O. M. Hamilton and A. B. " Clark. Newark American, ".- ' " -- Will the Editor of the Herald inform , Ua whether Hubbell " falsified history' in his declarations in reference to the Democratic party, made In 1865, and which we republish to-day T ' As our contemporary seems to be particularly sensitive about the 'truth of history in certain cases, the public should have the benefit of hU opinion iu reference to this one. '.Xt is besides a matter of some- Importance to the Democratic party whether Hubbell did "falsify historv" or did not . Let us hear. In order to relieve tbe troubled mind of the Editor of tbe Herald, aa well as to correct certain unauthorized state ments, the writer hereof will say that he does not desire or aspire to, nor even In the moot unlikely event of bis being offered it would he accept, the Repub lican nomination for Senator. Neither does he feel the anxiety about any oth er nomination to be made by our party which is manifested by the Editor of , the Herald. Tbe writer in the Herald probably fudges us by himself, which means we suppose, by the Democratic candidate for Senator. But " whatever " may be our gifts as Compared with that individual we utterly disclaim any ' thing like an equal thirst for or faculty in pursuing office. The Editor of tbe Herald asserted in a gush of admiration that the Ohio House of Representatives unanimously passed a resolution complimentary to Hubbell at the close of his term ' as Speaker of that body. We showed by reference to the House journal that in making this statement the Herald was guilty of "falsifying history ;" that so - far from the resolution having been passed unanimously, as had been cus tomary, there were 30 out of 70 votes . against it, a number of tbose voting in . the negative being Democrats. In re- ply to this the Herald is ns silent as a sick kitten In reference to Hubbell's career as Speaker and con'ents itBelf ' with an insinuating whine about some body's Ingratitude. We know of noth , ' ing for which we are under, obligations , te Hubbell unless it be his efforts two years ago to prevent our political pref- ernmeot. He was then a Republican . or professed to be, and not only labor- : iously Interfered (against us) in the primary election put endeavored as , one of the committee . which . selected .' delegates to the Republican State Con vention to secure his own appoint- merit as delegate. For his opposition - we have always been profoundly grateful and consider it fortunate to be still similarly favored. . . K5.EtBA5VS DENOUNCES THE TOrS,1 "EJlOCRATg AS TUAI- lu a letter to toe Ohio Legislature hi 1S63, General RosecTana, among other things said : . . ilvmt ftulRZsd th any one' could think of peace on any terms. He who entertains the sentiment ia fit only to be a slave; he who uttera it at this time ii? moreover a traitor to his oounlrv, who deserves the ncoro and contempt of all honorable men." The above will be tound standing (as ' We 1nPP"ae) during tbe campaign, at Mie hector the e..lamn of the Bells lontaine Rnpoiu.can. We agree to its : yub;lt PronounJ; it now, moTt IkT" U uttered, a lie most prot'SWy ,1 rt ii thm Ro-ecrana will have to adm ?,m ill ' ., be accepts the lt'tT It is i juntas well to be plain "',Vda'0; spoken, and to call tbinga by theii right tiam-tt, Tbe 'Bnak' we aureil upon the Democracy, till It.- f;ran 'ac cepts, and then it wiii In in.ji him . (Logan Co. Gazette. The Democracy of the 17tb and 2Stl- Districts have nominated H. S. Proph et, of Mt. GileaJ, fti State Scimtor. The Cl imbua A Hocking Valley Railway will b open to Nelaonville by Sept. 1st. HUBBELL OS THE DEMOCRATIC PART . Choice Reading for Democrats of the Mita Senatorial irisinci. As auother chapter in the history of political charlatanry we publish below some choice extracts from a speech de livered not rery long ago by the pres ent luminary and leader of the Demo cratic party in this Senatorial District. Since Hubbell has been set up as an authorized expounder of Democratic doctrine we hope the faltbfal will often turn to this speech of the choson apos tle of Democracy for such instruction mav ha neoeasarv to Kuicle them in their political duties, and for eneour azement to stimulate their flagging en thusiasm in the vicissunaesoi ton rin vass. The Editor of the Herald especially, who labored for the nomination of Hub- bell, will find here much profitable food for reflection. In order that bis broth er Democrats may be like profited he ill. of course, republish the utterances of his favorite ana give iiim me wia est possible circulation. Tt mav have been that Hnbbell was only preteudmji to bo a Republican, and was in reality a ueniocrai m iue lime he delivered this speech. v a ao not undertake to deny that. In 'act.in or der to understand his subsequent course we are almost compelled to oeneve that such was the cae. But although ha mav have deceived the Republicans this does not affect the trathiullne-s of his declarations, and unless Hubbell did not "propose to be perfectly fair" and was guilty or "laisiiying maiory we must say that he makes out a very hail usa for the narty of which be is now the representative exponent. The soeech from which these extracts urn taken was delivered at a Republi can mass meeting held In Delaware on the 16th of September, isoo. we quote verbatim trout the printed report as re vised bv its author andpuonstiea a lew days after the meeting as follows : - "The future Baieiy oi our wnimrj will not permit us to let the "dead past burv its dead," if wo everso much de Hired it, but on tb contrary it requires that the truth of history suouiu oe vin dicated, and that the country should know who are and have beeu it.- friends; and who are and have been lis ene- "IN THE ORGANIZATION OF THE ROGTIS COX KEDE RACY EVERY DE PARTMENT WAS UNDER THE CON TROL AND GUIDANCE OF SOME PARTIZAN DEMOCRAT. THE REB EL AR VI Y AND REBEL OXijREs-, AND THE REBEL CABINET, WERE UNDER THE LEADERSHIP Ob' DIS TINGUISHED DEMOCRATS. THK DAVISEH, THE MASONS, THE HUN TERS, THE WIGFALLS. THE ToOMBSES. THE HRECKENRIDUES -IN FACT ALL THE RESPONSIBLE CHIEFS'OF THE REBELLION, PRE VIOUS TO THE WARWERE BRIGHT AND SHINING LIGHTS IN THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY, and all occut p ed high and responsibe official posi i ions iu the Guveinment of the Cubed Stales. In the darkest hour of our country's gloom and peril there was scarcely a nook or corner in t he South so dark With treason but that here and there was to be found a rav of Union light, and whenever and wherever Union sentiment was found, it was among the class of persons who previous to the vr belonged to the American or old Whig party. As yoa traced the party Irotn the South to its ALLIES IN THE NORTH, THE SYMPATHY AND TTTK ZEAL. OE THE DEMOCRAT IC PARTY WERE EVERYWHERE MANIFESTED FOR THK REBEL LION JUST IN PROPORTION TO IlS LOCAL STRENGTH; AND ALL THAT KEPT IT FROM BREAK I NO OUT IN REBELLION AGAINST THE GOVERNMENT was that in all the Nortuen 8taies the party was in a minority. The spirit of the rebellion manifested itself in the freanent murders, assassinations, ana especially In the assisssnaiion of sold iers and officers employed under the conscription laws. - The five thousand infuriated demons in the Vty of JVVw York, addressed by his Excellency. Governor Seymour as "my friends" and designated by Archbishop Hughes in his posters "as the persons Vie neu &papers coiled rioters" who in the month of July 1803,' bnmed houses and destroyed property, murdered helpless women ana cnttaren upon tne rreei uj the citv. and bid oven dWiance to the legal ly eonxtiuted authorities of the State and of the city for three days, and finally to to gratify a Jieyulish prejudice against per- sons of color and crotan their acts of infa my set fire to ana ournea to ashes the col ored orp(i V nsyittmWERE -ALL, DEMOCKATS." fi 1 In the time of war the strength of a nation, it is said, consists in the sword And in the purse. ,Wberever any meas ure is proposed to trenthen the finan cial or military condition of the Gov ernment, in tbe mode prescribe d by tbe constitution, either by the conscription or taxation, it was asailed ly the party leaders as unconstitutional and oBerssive. If a traitor was arretted for inciting insurrection or defendiug the rebellion," or disseminating treason, and tortbe public saleiy placed In close confinement by the Government, the PUGHS and PEN DLETONS pronounc ed the arrest an act of-tyranny . and usurpation while the moat dignified THURMANS and RANNEYS, like Milton's fallen angels, . : 'Anart sat on a hill retired In thoughts more elevate, ana reasoud high Of onnKtiLiitinnH. Imws and huHian rights. And found no end iu wandering mazes lost. . - - The unenviable distinction and honor of having been the first great political party va the his tory of tne Republic tor seventy yeais. rebelling against the best government in the world because it was defeated- at an election lawfully oonducted, belongs to tbe party tbat arrogated to itself me proud titre of Democracy." - j -. There was one way in which the cal amities of the tbe warm-got have been averted. If the American people bad disregarded their own private convic-. ttons and conscience, and in tbe di. charge of a responsible- political duty, hud acted under toe dictations- oi toeir country's enemies, and voted for the infamous Breckinridge, compared with whom Judas Iscariot was a saint and Benedict Arnold a patriot, the war might have been avoided. , Jutlti you know, it is said, after he betrayed bis master repented and hanged himself, but not so with Breckinridge, he re-, main impeuitent. While this party in rebellion against the Government baa been driyen from every battle-fi-ld. and every State in revolt against the civil authorities ha been subjugated and conquered by the military power, their aliies in the North are in another field, in which they hope to accomplish with tne ballot tbe pur pose they tailed to accomplish with tbe bayonet . This same Democratic party in Ohio now asks you to again houor them with your confidence and votes. Tbey come to you with tbe Resolutions of 'its, from which tbe rebels claimed their right to secede and dissolve the Union, re rat ified and r e-afllrtnod, in State Conven tion, with a - dununciatory plat form of tne national oeot and the exemption of Government securities Jrom loc l tua tion, and filled up with "imortal hate" for the colored race. With this sort of plattorm and this sort of a record, they again ask you for your votes. I ira mauine tbey will not get them. They denounce measures they know to be absolutely neecssary to save the conn- try from destruction by violence, and at the same time against the rebels in the South with their hands reeking and smo kina with the blood of yout brothers, fa thers and ions, Utey have not. a word of fault to find. My r-iJow citizens, tne wovrrimi'm has a great work to accomplish. The National debt must be paid. 2 he Na tional credit must be : preserved, and above all the Freednan . must be protec ted in his life and liberty ; and protected in his rights property. What sort of pro tectum do you auppose ne wouiu receive from the Democratic party if it were nam olevated to powerT IT WOULD HK THE PROTKCTION THE CKOCO g 'V.E O I V ES I TH VI Oil Ms THE PKOrEOTlON THAT THE TI w,A,FOKm ITS PREY. WHAT WOULD you 'hink ofthe wisdom and humanity af that biu-baud and f ther, w ho in a of aecouchm-nt would em ploy a HYENA to officiate as ac-ou. ti er? The folly and iubutnaaii ty of such an act would be no greater than i would be for the loyal puupleot thin country to intrust the Democracy par lywi'hthe prorection anil care of th-ireedtii.-n of the South, or witn the re-ai-onaiid liy of making provision hr I'nt- nquid ition ot tbe National debt. RAILWAV FROM DELAWARE TO 2H 1 1. L fc. K a i-' it i. Although there bad been necessarily but brief notice given, a large and en thusiastic audienc; assemble! at Templar Hall on Friday evening la-t to listen to the address of Jndge R. C. Hurd, of Mt. Vernon, in reference to the proposed railway from Mtllersburg to Delaware. On motion of J. A. Barms Hon. T. C. Jones was called to the chair and A. E. Lee was appointed Secretary. Judge Jones opened the meeting with appropriate and ' forcible remarks in reference to the necessity for additional facilities of transportation, more esp eci ally as a means of stimulating and de veloping our manufacturing interest. He then Introduced the speaker of the evenlDg, Judge Hurd who proceeded in a careful and dispassionate statement of the enterprise which wasprofound.y listened to throughout. The speaker began with a full expla nation of his oegotiat ions with Gen. Ca-is, President of the Pittsburgh and Fort Wayne road, to seen re t he completi n of the road from Millersburg to Mr. Vernon and thence to Columbus. At that time the Fort Wayne company de sired to go to the State Capital in order tooompete with I he Peneylvania Cen tral road wblch already natj cominunt cation wi.h Columbus by the Pan Han die route. The extension to Delaware, tbouEli not lostsiebt of. wat abindoned and all efforts were directed toward se curing the extension if the road to Mt. Vernon, in the hope that when brought hat far its nltinae extension to Colum bus, and possibly to Delaware, would be assured. Tne lease of the P. F. .W. fc C. Rail way by tne rennsyivanla cvmrai com pany entirely changed this feature of he pronramme. The speaker explain ed in detail his negotiation with Mr. Thomson, President of the Pennsylva nia Central, for the extension of the Hudson and Millersburn roal, which imnnects with the Fort Wayne road at Orrvil.e. to Mt. Vernon, ine central coiiiohdv havinic no motive to go to Columbus wouli, oi course contriome noth ng to such an object. Tney did not however object togoingto ueiaware provided they could receive what the consider an adequate local mppon. Judge Hurd sta'ed to Mr. Thomson that in nis ueiiei ?o,"vu coma oe ran in Delaware county, but that sum was not considered sufficient. Precisely bow mu.h would be requited of us the speaker was not iniorm.d but he be lieved $175,000 neeesnary to complete the toad. With $125,000 pledged fiom ibis county he thought it possible thai the Pennvlvani Central w mid ad vance the balance. Onr subscription! miKbt be made conditionally, as they had been in Knox county. not in the form of subsetiptions of stock but promiS'Sto pay the company certain sum. on cerlaiu conditions, with the privelege or takings' ock ror the amount paid or otherwise to lie treated as a mere donation. The speaker stated tbat he urged ut on Mr, Thomson the trreat importance or tne extension to Delaware, and that the lattertook posi tive and decided ground against any extension to Columbus. The i.eno ia'lons respited in the de cision of the Pa. Central, ma le on lb 10'hofJuly, to iiive its assistance iu extending the Hudson A Mi'len-burtt road to Mk Vernon. That road is now completed three m les south of Millets burg. Though conuected ith the Fori Wayne road atOrrvilleit cros-es it in such a way as to xecore a considerable amount of independent traffic. It- eross receipts the pant year amounted to $165 000. It connects wi h the Cleve land A Pittsburgh road at Hudson, 2k miles distant from- Cleveland, and at Akron connec s with the Atlantic A Great Western Railway. The distance on this line from Millersburg to Mt. Vernon would he 33 miles and from Mtllersburg to Delaware 68 mil-s. This road if extended as con empla- ted. would pas through a Bection of country abounding in coat, which in some places in being extensively work ed. The speaker had vis ted some of the more important tuiues, and had brought . away a specimen of the coa which he exhibited. The veins are 4 feet 8 inches iu thick ne, and the quali ty ol the coal mined is very suoetior. It can be loaded upon the cars at the mines tor SZ per ton and delivered at Mt Vernon for ?2,60, It eonld probably be defivered here for S3.20 per ton. The Pennsylyania Central proposes to convey this road from Hudson to Mill-rsburit to the new oompanv. and pay $100,000 csh toward the expense oi i'a rAitiiion'u ' u. j.Tfc. r cojuiiiuo neu tral company to be coin piiated in stock. Private subscriptions amount ing to $ 140,000 htve already be n"raised and it is confidently expected, that flO, tj ,j i i i v.A . .1 I i 000 more ,,M be secured. Precisely now much the Central company will tie satisfied with is not yet known but the i pea Her oeneved that $j.au,uoo ot sun- Script i. .ns on the Mt. Vernon and Mil lersburg section would be sufficient. The country west of Mt. Vernon has not yet tieen drawn upon and it is oe lievel tbat something could be raised even west of Delaware. Springfield. for example, would derive great benefit from this new eastern on' let. . "which would furnish that city not only a new road to market but cheaper , coa, thereby rendering an Important service to her manufacturing interests. - She therefore ought to, and it ia believed would, contribute liberally towards building the road, ' The new cqmpony was organized at Orrvilleon Tuesday, Julv 27.. The Di rectors chosen were W. M. Orr, of Orr- vuie; j. jtiarpater, . or Jd'Hersburg: tv C. Hurd, G A. :Jones. Samuel Israel and Charles Cooper,, of, Mt. Vernon ; and Tbomns D. Mes&lnr. of the Penn sylvania Central Company. R, C. Hurd was chosen President. The corrmrate name of the organizat'on is .The Pins burgh, Mu Vernon. Columbus A Lon don Railway Coaipiny. The speaker explained ihe plan bv which this organ zation pn p-ses to be metamorphosed into a new conn. any, thenbjec of which shall be to build the road fr-m Miilrs- burg to Delaware. It will purchase the nn nntsa-a roaa D-d from here to Mr, Vernon, as authorized to do by lw enacted last winter, and then ask fi n appropriate change of na-ne.- New Direc'orand osioera would be elected Judge Hurd stated Tn conc!ns;on tha be would ee the President of the Penp, sylvania Central road again in Septem. ber, and wished to know what he could say jhis county would, do to secure the proposed extens on to Delaware. H suBgested that the subscriptions might be made wiih the condit'on that sav half should be paid when the mad whs cotnpt- ted to tne boundary of the conn tyorofa certain township and hall when the entire line should be finished to Delaware. ''. . ' .. ' judge ttiird Was followed in some brief remarks by Mr. Israel, iif Mt. Vernon; and Capt. V. T, Hills, of this place. On motion of J. D. Van Deman it w;bs then unanimously, Resolved, that this meering pienges Lieiaware county to raise $125,000 for tbe proposed road on the terms and conditions suggested by Judge Hurd. The meeting then adjourned. TO THE CITIZKNS TOWN ASil) COUNTY WARE. OF THE OF DKLA , I recently published, through the col nmns of th'S paper, some sujgestious in regard to tbe construction ot a uew line of Railroad, designed to furnish oompetiag facilities tor traveland trans portation, for the want of which our citizoris are subjected to onerous bur dens and exactions. I then entertained tbe hope tbat it might be practicable by uniting with our neighbors of Mt. Vei noa in tbe plan of tbe cousi ruction or a railroad from Delaware to Millersburg, and especially by extending the line southwardly to Cincinnati, that Un desirable object might be attained. Since tbe publication of my views aa meut ioned, a meeting has been beta in tbia town whereat the. project of this new line of road was fully explained, and tt appears to me that irom that ex planation t& ought, to be appareut that i he plan ia wholly impracticable, and hat-if wre are to obtain tue beuatits we desire we must seek them by opening some other route than tne one proposed. Iain as de-dmua to ubtain and I believe, even in a pecuniary point, of view, about as much interested in the,, pro curement of such facilities s auy citi zen of our county, and would not i eot leesly throw. any ohstat-le iu tne way of the obtaintiient of them. The question then arises if this plan is to tie abandoned, shall we quietly ait down and see en'eipriae among us nppi eased and the interests ot oil-t-iijeiiK d wuried 10 till, by unjust gains,, tne i-otU-rs ot a soulless corporation, or shall we hi ill cast about and see . if re lief c hi not, he obtained iu souie other direution T It is wejl known tbat din Baltimore and Ohio arid tbe Ohio C.-n-iral Central Railroad Compati es,. are. desirous of obtaining a through con nection for their roaCato the norihweeC They have lately to this end, seen red In ih"tr Interests the Newark, Mansfield and Sandusky road, but this route i very circuitous and terminates at the Lake Snore without further ex enslott, and it probably ia pot, at present at least, natist&ctory to them for tbe pttr pose designed. Now taking Newrk as tbe point of departure, I here aug et that a road opened from that po nt t.i J)e!awre and tbetice to Lima, would furnish t ttnemipnie-, sbonld tbeir relaii ms w t.i ilie I'oisyivaoia -n'ri or toe i'ltisourf, r i. ayne aim vui cit o road aduii. of it, thesbortei-t and' most practicable route to be artopten. Look upon me map ana it win w nand that the line would be perfectly straight from Newark passing through Delaware to Lima, where It would make connection with tbe Chicago road and nt Newark connect with the Cen tral Ohio, making nearly an air line from Zanesvllle to Ft. W ayne, and by nonnectimr also at Newark with tbe Pan Handle road would r'riiih to tbe Pennsylvania Central an Infinitely bet ter and at least eighty milea shorter route than it now has from that point to Chicago. What either ol tbose compan ies mixht be d is nosed to do toward- carrvloe such a project into effect i probably unknown to all of ua, but by concerted action we can put measures on foot to obtain the necessary infor mation. This line in its direct course would strike Johnstown, Licking county, and lialena in this county, b'lt by a alight deviation would touch Sunbury, Berk shire and Eden and Irom Delaware in in it direct course pass near Delhi and Middletown and strike Richwood and several other large towns between Lima, and would intersect the C C. & C. road at Delaware, the Atlantic A Great Western at Richwood and west, the Bellefomaine and Mad Rivr roads and at Linn, connect with the Pit's- burg, F-. Wayne (fe Chicaeo, the Day ton and Toledo and tne .Fremont and Finley roads. The seetion of country through whh-h it would pass is not -urpaeed for fer ility, biuh state ot im. rovement and weal h, by any other n the State, and the great ben-tits to be derived from it by tbe citizens upon its line would give a-surance of the obtaintnent of all tbe capital necessary for its construction. If you expect to carry this enterprise r any similar one into effect, in addi tion to energy and unity of action, you must make np your minas to put our money into it and to pay it at tne time necessary and for tne purpose or car rying the enterprise forward. This i- he ontv wav inatrauroaus nave peen or will be bnilt. B- lievinir as I dotbat the rad Irom Newark to Lima, with tbe concurrence .f either the Fnnsylvnia or Balti more and Ohio Compai.b-s, eoiild With- ut doubt De carried through 10 Com pletion, yet should the plan of tbe Delaware. Mt. Vernon and Millersburg line, noder its present auspi,-e9 or by any future scheme, bid fir to become succees. I shall stand ready to evince the aincrUy of my at ove tleclaration n regard to it. ny tne conrnoution or substantial means accoding to my ability. I. J. Richardson. TEACHERS' INSTITUTE. Sl'SBCHY, Arlg. 4, 1869. Ed. GAZETTE.--The exercises of the Institute eub.t.nue to be in ert sting. In ibe afternoon Profs T. C. O'Kane exhib its and explains ihe nse of his '"word method" of teaching children. Col. De Wilf has embellished tbe walls wiih Gayoi's Maps, and exhibits numerous beautiful specimens of map-drawing -xenuted by the children of Toledo. C. M. Janes read an address entitbd 'Educational Survey ot Delaware County." It was followed by an excel lent piece of music by Prof. T. C. O'Kane. A frature of tbe eveningn ia the singing by members ofthe Insti tute. Beautiful mottoes appear nn tbe wall. Friday evening ws devoted to public exercifes of ihe -Teachers' Lit - rary Association. - They were credit able and successful. Mr. Harold fur nished muic. At nine a. m. on Sun day a Sunday School "Mass Meeting was held at the M. E. Church. Short nd appropriate addresses were made hy Messrs. DeWolf snd Carter and Revs. Campbell and Moore. The ad tresses were Interspetsed with appro. Friate muic snd the whole was fol iwed y an eloquent sermon by Revi D. H. M-Kire, of Delaware. Mr. Camp bell preached at m Bttist Cbtirch Mt 2 p. m.. and Col. DeWolf delivered a temperance lecture at the same place in the evening. Niuety members of the Institute are now enrolled. On Monday evening Prof. W. G. Williams read an elabo rate essay on the American Sys'eni of Pao-lic inattuotion, to a arge ana atten tive andienc. This is the crowning t-f- nrt of the s-ssion thus far. On Tuehdav, Ge. H TWlas,- -rf Co lumbus, gave us a lessen io History and in tne evening lectured. - , More anon. Reporter. The following resolution was adopt ed : : ; ' ' SttSBtiRT, O., July 29, 1869. Resolved. That the thanks of "The Tnacners' Institute" be tendered to C. M.JaouH. ior bis able addreee. and tbat a copy be requeeted lor publication in tne county papers. G. A. Frambks, , ' - ' - , ' - Bec'y. , LETTER FROM KENTUCKY. Correspondence-Delaware Gazette. Richmond, Kyv Au-. 2, '69.' Meshs, Editors: A word from the land of blue grass, will it be. webs-met We leave it to you and the readers ol yonr excellent paper. Thla preity village r situated near the eastern termiraiaof wbat is famil iarly known as t he 'Blnegrass Region ft has a population . of about n teen hundred, a considerable number o whom are nejrr.ies. The latier diss livein a p irr ou of the t wn distinct from the "wiiiie trash.": S'ork traders rind considerable to do, especially , in the mine and cattle line, i . , E-st of here lie the Estelle and Mal veiTi'Hpring, both rs lebrated watering places. Toe latter has lost its reputa ion somewhat iof late years, and its tine t'Uildings aie almost totally .neglected, except ny nigntxiwis ana Date. North-west along the Lexington and Richmond pike lie tbe farms of ti e Ciays. First, is that of C M. Clay, th tate Minister to Rns-ia, containing about three thousand auree; and down nearer Lexington is the old home oi Henry Clay, the great Kentucky States m-tnv . - Wniie wandering along the base of the mount dns lying to the south-east ol this place, hunting for some spot t "lay me down to rest" . I discovered wh it I supposed to be the mansions ot som-lsolatea country gentiemnnti er o and epirea g itlenng in the rav-i of the setting sun, but upon enquiring ofn old negro I was informed that "dat am the College,:' Think mg tbat it might be a good -' place to pass the night, I pushed rapidly on and sud denly found myaelf in the m dst of a villaae in a forest. I thought at firsi that x had stutnoiedona camp mee'ing, for they were singing a familiar hvmn. (it was Wednesday night prayer meet ing) but I toon discovered my mistake and was warmiy welcomed oy one irom he Old uucKeve state tothe preitv vil lage of Berea. President Fairchilds formerly of Oberlin, Ohio, is princina of the College at Berea, and has adued new zeal to that already flouribing in stitution. To-day is election day in Kentucky. There Is no excitement over the matter -xcept tn tbe Democratic ranks, as it li very well known how tbe State will go. i ne Democrats nave split in everal districts and are running two candi dates tor the tsenatorship. so now we have the unusual spectacle of liemo crats fighting each other more bitterly han the opposite party. Tbey hardly know wbat to think of R laterals as a Democratic can idate for Governor of Ohio. Some think he will do, others curse the lam-ntable fact I hat a true blood Democrat cannot be elected in the Buckeye .s-tnte. The wieat crop is very fine, corn is backward but coming up rapidly, Rye and corn are the staple cereals of this State. A large portion of these are turned into whisky, blue-grass being "tifflclent for wintering tbe stork. Wheat is worth from 75 cents to 91.00 per bushel, corn from 9'.00 to $2.50 pt-r mishel, Keniucxy i a beautiful State but there are portions of my native Ohio far more attactive for me. VVasdbiuch. MEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Singing. MR. WHITEHEAD gives private sons in winging every day at his ro Also, at the residence of pupils when re quested. Persona wishing to study the art of SuiKiug, will do well to call at his mush room in TliMPLE OK HONOR HAi.L, Uvuu's Block. auuOtoo FOllAll. A POCKKT-BOOK-contiilnlng some LX. mouey, Inuiilie of M. HENDRIXBON. Lewis Center, O. augft-2w SEW ADTEKTISEMEXTBi Important to treodSeilers. MAYOR'S OFFICE. DlLlWiKE, O., August 4. 1869. f BV am Ordlauec nw til . k person is allowed to sell fife-wood in this Corporation In any other manner than by the Cord, of 128 cubic feet. Persous sell ing wood by the load. are required to have each load measured by the proper officer, and his certificate of the qbantiiy thereof ooiainea. Any person violating u; oi me provisions of the aforesaid ordinance, upon conviction thereof, la subject to a fine not cjitccvuog ien aoiiars. Therefore, to save trouble to all who may be Interested in the sale of Are-wood. I here- oy give notice that Charles 11. Potter ana James Harvpv Pnmnhrvv are the author ied wood measurers the current year ; the certificate of one of whom must be obtain ed uy me seller of everv toad or wwia. augo-a- . CHARLES JSivll, Mayor, Turnpike iVoticc. TOTICE ta kcrativ arlvcK. that on K the h rtf TuTv ISHfl. a petition signed by twrlve citisens residing, on the roaa oeiuw named was filed wun tne t-Oiu- missioners of lielaware county, asking that the Delaware, Berasn ire and Sunnury Turn pike l ompany may u-e and occupy the fol lowing road, to-wit : Commencing at the east line of i h fornnnition of Delaware on the road leading from Delaware to Berk shire, thence running witusaid rOad easlto the road leading past the Baptist Church In the town of Bunhnrr. and running through Berkshire Corners. Said petition will oe xor Hearing at the next seeaon oi aaiu tuxn- missloneis. July 30. im. JOHN F. BCOTT, aug6-5w President of said Company. Tlie imperial BUCKEYE CIDER .HILL For sale by " C. C. CHAMBERLAIN 4 Co. Aug. 3, 'If Grain Drills. have Fer Sale the followiag V kUDenor Grain Drills, which we are selling at Manufacturers' prices : The Iloosler Drill, w The Buckeye Drill, Lancaster Drill. C. C. CHAMBERLAIN A CO-. Aug. 3. tSStf Excursion to Kansas, AT the oltcitattnta nt niany eltlzejM of Onio, E.n Excursion has been ar ranged io the western terminua of the Kan sas Pacific Railroad. Tickets (45, round trip good for 80 da-w-to be had at the railroad ticket offices In Columbus, Cincinnati, ana the principal stations oetween those points. Htart from tbiumbus et noon Sep. 1st; fiom Cincinnati on O. A M. R. R. in theeve mng of same day ; from St. Louis en the morning of the 3d ; from Kansaa City Ou the morning of the ith ; remain over Sun day ai Topeka, and leave that place on the morning of the 6th for the West; remain a short time in the Buffalo regions. And re turn to Lawrence in time to attend the State fair, which commences at that place on the 7th and continues during the week. Sleeping cars attached io all night trains, and a car provided for lunch baskets. For further information, apply to At 3 RYAN, at the office of T. W. Talimadge, wiuiuuuB, vmu, HUgO-ZW An Ordinance. , Establishing the Grade of Grant street from cKzntzusKff awed kvh jutoeny arreer. O ECTIOH 1. Be it ordalneS b'ir ttt - Counc l ol the incorpo;atl Village of Delawaie, .That the grade of Grant street iiom Sandusky street went to Liberiy street ue anu ine same is nereoy esi Diisnru as follows: Beginning with the west line of Snndusky street with the grade or Sandus ky sti eet in center, ami 1 4-10 feet above ton oi lower board on north west coiner of street : thence it shall ascend in loO feet it iMieet; meucein 3ue leet to center i rranKlin street it shall aM-end 10 2-10 leet thence In 44 feet It shall descend 3 2-10 feel! thence in 140 feet lo ivnu-r ol Wnstii nf (in street It shxll ascend 6 feel; thf-nce in 120 feet it shall d-suend 1 foot to run : thence In 2 ieet it shall aacand 13 feet to center of uoeriy uireet, Skc. 3. 1 That all ordinances heretofore pawed Inconsistent with the provisions of .uu. v. uiumuw iw wtu Li.' Mtuie are nereuy repealed. Sec. 3. This ordinance to take effect and ue in jorce irom ana alter its publication. Passed August ?, iai). , . t CHARLES NEIL, Mayor. C. O. LlTTa, Recorder. augfl tw An Ordinance. Establishing the Grade of Liberty street from jjmcvin avenue norm to tyrant street. .QECT105 1. B Jt ortlalmea ny the O Council of the Incorporated Village of Delaware, Thai the giAue of Liberty street, tionj Lincoln Avt?nue north loGrantstfteet, o ana tne same t netetjy estMbiisiii &s loliows : BegiVin!nrrtu the north line of .Lincoln Awtroo with grade of center 3 1-10 feet beb w top of stone foundation of Mr. Oalleher's house ; thence In 438 fi-et It shall descend 3 8-10 feet ; thence In ilia fe-t itshall descend 10 feet to center of 1 un ; thenoe in 335 ft-et it bhail aaceud feet to center of Grant street, when tuegraueisae 10 feet be low the surface Of present ground. Sec 2. That all ordinances heretofore passed Inconsistent wito the provisions of this ordinance be and the sauie are hereny repealed. . Sec. 3. This ordinance to take effect and be iu force from ami alter its publication. Passed August 2, 1869. CHARLES NEIL, Mayor. C O. LrrrxE, Recorder. aug6-2w An Ordinance. For the Improvement of a portion of Third street west of Liberty street. SECTION 1. Be t ord,iiea i,y tbe Council Ol the. Inuorporaieu Village ot Delaware, Tuat tne Mayor Is hereby author ized to give two weeks notice of time lor receiving sealeit proposals for grading all that portion of third sueet I ruin tbe weet une of jLiberty strvet to west line of the property of Miss Yates, and let the came to the lowest respousib e bidder ; the Contrac tor to take the assessment uiam Ih. lota and lands bounding aud aiiutting on said alreet requiring to be graded. Sec. A That the owners of lots and lands "oundmg and aiiuttina on said portion ol Tniru street be and they are herehy requir ed, hy the 1st day of October, 1869. to lay down side-wu Iks, not less than three fet-t aud a half iUe, Constructed of aood oak or pine plank not less than one and one fourth inch thick, laid on Bcaniling aud well uailrd uown : aud iu deiault tlier. 01 the Marshal is hert-b-y required to lay down said side-walks; anil tiiat the expenses 01 said improvements be assessed ou the feet front or said lots aud lands, and collected as m other casrs of special assessments. Sec 3. That said giading shall be done in accordant e with the general specifica tions for such improvement, and that haid ararling and the laying of said aide-walks -hall be rione under tue direction of the Village Enuineer. Sec. 4 This ordinance to take effect and be in force from and after its publication. Passed August 2, 1869. CHARLES NEIL, Mayor. C. O. Little, Recorder. augrt-zw An Ordinance. Establishing the Grade of Washington street north of Lincoln Avenue to the Corporation Line. . CECTIOH i. de ltrdalned ny the O Council or the Int-01 porateu Village of Delaware, That, ihe graue or Washington street north of Lincoln Avenue to ihe Cor poration Liue bo and the same is hereby es tablished as follows: Beglnuiug at th uoith line of Lincoln Avenue with the aradeot center aud 28-10 feet below top of lower base board on Mr. Piersou's corner, on north-west corner of street ; thence in 747 f-et it shall descend 8 8-10 let ; ttumee in 0 feel it shall drsoeud 10 feet to center of Grant street, wh. n the grade ia seven feet aoove present ground. SKC 2. Tl at all ordinances !isrf n JYtrt- paatwd inconsistent with the provisions of mis ururuance ue anu the same are fteredy repealed. Skc S- This ordinance to take effect and be in torce from and alter Its publication. Passed August 2, I860. T CHARLES NEIL, Mayor. C. O. Little, Recorder, augti-2w An Ordinance. ' EstaMishing'the Grade of llYanklin street from Lincoln Avenue north to Grant street. SECTION 1. Be it ordained by tne Council of the Incorporated Village 01 Delaware, That the grade of Franklin street irom Lincoln Avenue north to Grant street be and the same is hereby established as loliows: Beginning on tbe nonh line ol Lincoln Avenue 2-10 of a foot below grad 01 oeuterof Llucolu Avenue: thauce iu 18 reet north descends 212 feet to culvert uience iu 225 feet uurtu ascend 2 f et ; thence oa. tvvt no'tb deacena 5 1-2 feet; Uience i n reet north ascend 1 4-10 feet to center 01 Grant street. Sec. 2. That all ordinances heretofore Pki81 inconsistent with the, provisions 01 this ordinance be aud the same are hereby rep. alcd. Sec. 8. This ordinance to take effect and oe in force fiom and atter its publication. Passed August 2. ISnU . CHARLES NEIL, Mayor c. o. Littlk, Recorder. aug6-2w Sheriff's Sale. Huldah Falrchild, Ex. HU pursuance 4-. V 1 fit 1 llM a.rtm- Charles F. Garner, et. at.) mauds of an or der of sale 1-sued from the Cuuit of I'ora- imuu i-iraiur Uclaniin county, Ohio, and to me d r,.-r. .1 1 .Lull nffuF tor .-. . . 1. llo veudue, at the door of the Court House, .uv.unugi HVIUWUII),!!!! Saturday, SeDtcmbetr , A. D. 1800. between the hours or In o'clock A. M.. and 1 o clock P. M., the following described real estate: , tiiiuate In Delaware county, Ohio, to-wlt : A Piece OfLnil HllimtM in It tt.tx Township ihree (3), bounded and dosorlbeii as loliows: Hin,,i.l 111 I llA n..,l lw l.....lu owned by Hpencer. ou the soui h i.y Reber'a heirs, on the west by Isuan Clark's lands, and on the north b. suld (Mark's laud, ami lssuppoaed to contain flay acres bo the siinie more or le-s. AppraiMeU at ;l,ono, ....... w iLLIAM BROWN, (Sheriff, aug6-5wpf$7 oO XEW ADTEttTISEMEXTS. An Ordinance. fhr the Improvement of Depot tt1eet from Jforth Street xrVl to the corporation .me. SECTION 1. Be tt srOtB-d ly t . Council of the Incorporated Village of Drlawan-, That the Major ta and he is hereby directed and required to let the contract for grading Depot street irom North street uorth to tnecorporattou iine. .hard titA lutni- in not already graded, to th lowest responsible bidder, after having published loriwo w -run mwuin iir v j-r i pubHehed and of geneial cironlationlnsald village notice that sealed proposals will be ivcived for soc-h grading. ... Sec. 1 That the owners ot lot ana inm bounding and abutting on said Depot street DC anil iney are nereuy require! 1.0 and gutter said street In front of their re sp;tive lota and lands by the 15th day ot October, 18e9, and id default thereof, the Mayor la nereDy reqnirea 10 lei ineroDirm i lor the name to the lowest responsible bid der, after having published for two weeks in some newapaper of general Circulation in r-aid village notice mat -eaiea prtiposais will be received lor said graveling and gut tering P3EC. o. inai Rlio grauiiiK, Knmiiug uv guttering shall be done in accordance with tne general speciucwi ions mi suvn "i"v''. ments, ana unaer toe airecuon oi uie lage Engineer. .-.- provement shall be as-eaed on the feet front of said hit and lands, and be collect ed as in Dthef cases of fpcial assessment. SEC 8. This ordinance to lane eneci ana be lu force irom awl after its publication. Passed August 1!, lttf. CHARLES NEIL, Mayor. C. O. Little, Recorder. aug6-iw An Ordinance. Establishing the Grade of William str let from Liberty ttrett west to the old Corporation Line. r-i KrTIOX l. n. it Ardalnid v- tbe & Council of the Incorporated Village of Delaware, That ihe trade ol William street from Liberty sti eet west to, the old Corpora tion Line be and the same is hereny estab lraueu aa follows: HVgihnlng with tbe uen. t-r rf crnsaiuir tn the west side of Lioeity street, going wst it snail a-ceud in 400 leet 3 ineUOeltl lUlieetu sinti l r , m 2 fr-t ; iheacM lu 4-0 fct it shall ascend 17 ft-lu Ifsyt : thence in 2ti0 feet it shall aso-nd 10 feet ; thence in 40 i.et it shall ascend 1 4-10 leet to a point a"oui iu leei eaai- oi fciie wrai line ol Prof. Perkin's lot : thence in 860 feet it shnll descend 2 6-10 feet ; Uieuee in 194 feel it snail ascena i s-iu ieet to tne oia corpora tion Liue. Hue 2. That all ordinances heretofore Daaaed inconsistent with the provisions of this ordinance be and the aame are heW j repealed. Kmtr bC. 3. This ordinance to take eflect and be in force from and after Its pnbucatiou. CHAKLEa JSE1L, Maor. C. O. Littlk, Ruurder . aug6-2w An Ordinance. T) (irade and Gravel East Wdliam street from the Springfield JCauroaa east to us junction u un aerKsntre sireei. nECTION 1. Be it ordained hv tba O Council of ihe I11501 porated Village Of tieiawaie, 1 hat tne Mayor is nereoy autuor ized to give two weeks notice Ol tune, in M.me newsnaoeruiilished and Ot geuerul utivuiation in saia vuiau, 01 ret-ciiug sealeu proposals ior grading Kust William stiet-tiroLu tue t-p.iiiKtl. Id Ranroatl eaat to its function wild k-rK.-nirj sire-t, wneno tj.e same is not already done, and le. the same to.the lowest resppunioie bidder; the Contractor V' take iiie assessment upon the lots ana lantis Douna.ug auu auuitixig uu Id street requir.ng to oe gracea. Sua 2. That ihe owners of l-.ta and lauds bounuing and abutting on said portion of William street are iieieD lequneu to grav el aaid street iu front ot their 1 escli ve lots and lnnus, to the Width or sixteen ieet in the center of said street, and to a suitable thickuew, by tbe 13ih day of October, loS, aud iu deiault thereof the Mayor is hereby requiied to let thecoutiaot for ihe same to the lowest responsible bidder, after having published for two weeks, lu some newspa per of general -irculatou- lu said village, notice that seHied proposals will be received forsaiu giavelina. EC. 3. That said grading and graveling shall be doue iu accordance with the gener al six cincations for such luproveun.-nt. and unaer the direction of the Village Jiu gineer. . ... 1 Hna. 4. That the expenses of said itn prov meets shall be assessed on tbe feet lront of said lots and Ltuds, and collected aa in other eases of special assessment. e-EC. 5. Thin oruiuance to taae etiect and be in force I10111 aud after its publication Passed August 2, 18(i9. CHARLES NEIL, Mayor. ' C. O. Little, Recorder. augb-2w Aii Ordinance. Fur )ie Improvement of liarKthire street from ihe Mailrcmi K the east line of the Corpora tion. SECTION 1. Be tt oraalrted fcy fc Council of the Inoorpoiated Village of Delaware, That the Maor be and he is hereoy directed and required to let the con tract lor grading Beikshire street from ibe Railroad 10 the east line of the Corporation, Where the same is not alieady graded, to tne lowest ienouslble bidder, after having published for two weeks In some newspa per, punlisbed aud of general cir.-ulatlon in suiau. village, noiice that sealed proposals Will tiC received nrr sucii (jrading. . - -Kn til That, the owners Of nits and lanus bonndina and abutting on r-aid portion f Beikshi.e street be and they are hereby re quired to gravel and gutte-r said street in trout ot their respective lota and lands by t.nu isrh rluv ..f H lnlr. 1SH9. and In d-laull. theieof Ihe Major Is hereoy required to let the contract for the same to tbe lowest re sponsible bidder, after having published for two weeks, in some newspaper publ shad and or geu.ral circulation m saiu viiiauH, no ice that sealed proposals will be received lor said graveling anu guttering. . BEG, 3-. That said grading, graveling and guttering si all be duue iu accordance with the geneial speciii cations for such improve ments, and under the direction of ihe Vil lage Engineer. Sec. 4. That the expenses of said im provements shall be asseaned oo the feet fi out of s.ild lot aud lands, and be collected as In other cases ot special assessment. Stc. 5. This ordinance to take effect and be in force from and after its publication. Passeu Augu-t 2, 189.; - , ,. CHARLES NEIL, Mayor, C. O. LittLe, Recoriirr. a'.is;6-2'V' lotice. To owners of property bounding and abutting on Pranklin Street between Hill and Spring streets ' THK Cennetl ot the Incorporated Village of Delawaie at an adjourned meeting, held August 3, 1869, by a resol.it, on then adopted- resolved to biuqh and gutter th.t part of Frankliu street embiaced in the above mentioned bounds; aug6-4w C. O. LITTLE, Recorder. IVotice. To owners of property bounding and abutting on- Winter street from the west line of Sandus ky street to the west line of Elizabeth street. rl'UE Council or the Incorporated A Villaae of Delaware at au adjourned meeting, held August 3, 1869, by a resolution then adopt d, resolven lo improve that part of Winter street embraced in the above mentioned bounds, ny sione and gravel, as Franklin street between Winter and North streets haa recently been improved. aug6-2vr C. O. LITTLE, Recorder. Notice. To Olt-ners of property bounding and abxtttiug on Henry street between Forth and Winter streets; THE Council ot the Incorporated Village of Delaware at an adjourned meeting, held August 3, 18b9, by a resolution I hen adopted.resolved to grade and gutter Henry street between Ivonh and Winter streeia. CO. LITTLE, aug6-4w Recorder. Xotice. To owners of property bounding and abutting on William street from Liberty street west to the Corporation Line .- THE Council or the Incorporated Village of Delaware at a regular meet ing, held August 2, 1869, by a resolution then adop ed, resolved to grade to the revised grade, thai portion of William- street ex tending irom Liberty street to the old Cor poiaiion Line ; also, to grade, pave and gutter ihe side-walks ou tbe south side of said street from the east line of James A Barnes' property westward to ihe weBt line of P. S. Donelson's lota ; also, to grade to the established gi ade, 20 leet in width in the center of Baiusireet and gravel the same rom the old Corporation Liiie to the new Corporation Line. 4J. O. LITTLE, augS-4w , Recorder. ICCE8S A PROOF OF MERIT. If there were no efficacy in the curative powers of OR. S.IBGEA'T'S Celebrated Remedies, They would have been rejected by the pub lic long ago, but on the contrary, though they have been before the public for up wards of thirty-seven rears, the demaud for them is greater to-day than ever. Thousands of sufferers have been reliev ed, and many confirmed Invalids have been restored to health through their In strumentality. Teatimonial" from the most reliable sources can be funished by the pro prietor, and nil who have used ilieiu recom mend them highly. - ATHEN8VILLE. Pa., April 21, 1868. Mr. Geo. A. Kelly : I fouud your box of ir. Kariirni t uacaacne I'liis or great vuiue to ma. Thev were the onlv remedy from which I fouud relief, und I will recommend them to all my friends. Mkb. NATHAN THOMPSON. B. SAUGEXT'S RACK ACRE 'PILLS Are a never-foiling remedy for all diseases of ihe Kidneys, Dladd- r, and Urinary Or gans, sucn as Puius in theamali ol tbe back. Gravel, Dropsy, Incoutti.cnee ol Urine. sJiniiiKury, lurUm mm of tneKldueys, Ac. rrlce Flllr Cents Per Box. SUGAR-COATED. FOR SAI.K BY ALL DRCUUISTS. CA UTION. Take no other metiicine as a substitute for these Pills, but if your Itrupiiist does not hare them murst him to order them. 6tU by tnail ujxin reeeipt af price. HOLE rBOCKlETOK, U E O K U U A. K E L L V , Whotesate Druggist, I Cor. 2d At. Wood St., PiTTSBVRaa. For sale by Joha D. Park, Cincinnati O. apr23 6vl XEff ADTEHT1SE3IESTS. slicrill M Swle. Caroline Qamber, by guardian,') TB par. tt. J. X nuance Julia Ganiber, et: til. J ofthe com mantis oi an erdr of sale Issued from the Court of Common Plena of Delaware coon, ty. Ohio, and to trie directed, I shall offer for sale, at public vendue, at the door of the Court House, In the town of Delaware, on Saturday, September, A. D. I860, between the hours of 10 o'clock A. M, and 1 o'clock Pi M., the following uesenbed real estate i situate In Delaware townshin. Delaware county, and State of Ohio, and d scribed as lUllUttS; .DtMIlg II1HI.1UU1 il uu, ' w. .o. in Section one (i). Township four (4), and Range nineteen (19), United States Military Lands, and being Sub-division "B." aa set off to Eliza Flemming by the Court of Com mon Pleas, In Chancery, of Delaware coun ty, Ohio, at ihe May term thereof, A. D. 1857, In the suit of Susan Joselyn and others against Mary Rever and others, as will be seen of Record, by Chancery Record vol. 14, on page 454; containing ten acres of land, more or less. Apralsed at (1.100. WILLIAM BROWN, tHherifT. aug8-5wpfS9 GROCERIES. ta Bi WELCH; tt K. 8EARS1 CiKOCEKIE ! GROCERIES ! GROCERIES ! The Choicest of Groceries! WELCH Sc SEAlt S, TTi-VISG PURCHASED fon Mr, H. Thomas Slopgh, his large stock, era- uraciug FOREION, DOMESTIC, A5D STAPLE GROCERIES, IN ALL THEIR NUMEROUS VARIETIES Invite the attention of the people of Dela ware County to their WELL SELECTED AND FRESH STOCK OF EAUIEiT GROCERIES! Consisting of all kinds of Sugars, Coffees, Teas, bpioes, Floor, Soap. Fish. Hems, Cheese, Molasses Aud In fact, everything usually found In a First-class Establishment. Feeling confident that the pfcnion aiMt of their good,, and the VERY ! O W PRICES at which they are sold, will Insure them liberal patronage, they announce them selves ready to receive and accommodate an wno will call on them. Don't forget the location, SLOLCiH'S OLD STA.0, East Side Sandusky St., bet. ; Winter &. William Sta., DEEAWARE. - - OHIO. CASH PAID FOR COIHVTRY PRODICEY All goods delivered free of charge within Corporation limits. . Our friends are cordially invited to call and see us, as we are satisfied that we can give satisfaction. Very respectful! y j WELCH . sEARH. au'J3tt7 too ; ,. J 4 8. COX, nEAIiKR IN CROCKBRV, Glassware, Table Cutlery and Plated Spoons, Forks, Castor and Cake Baskets, and Nlcklu Silver Spoons that will last for twenty-live years. American Block, Delaware, Ohio. my28-tf FARM IMPLEMEXTS. THE ECONOMICAL, ORA1N-MAVINO 'AHITiHAI & TAYLOR' Threshing iTlachines ASS BIGHT AMD TB2T HOME 'Mounted' & 'Down Powers' Aultman & Taylor HLamif act tiring Com pan j MANSFIELD, OHIO. Branch, ome CHICAGO, ILL. Tlie Correct Principle The great advantage of the method em ployed to separate the grain from the straw in this machine la unmistakable. It Is re puted to save euough on an average over other kinds of machines, to pay th farm ers' threshing bill, and lu superiority is readily oonbeded by all except "aaents ' and 'manufacturers" of the old stylo, who are blinded by conflicting interests. Parts Dispensed With. It haa no Beaters; no Pickers; no Canvass Grain Car rier; no Ruddles; and only about half as many Belts. Gear Wheels, Boxes. Journals, Shafts. Pulleys, etc., to "clog," "wind, "wear out, waste grain, add to draft or to be kept in repair as other kinds. Hence Rcanlta its comparative esse of flraft cheannesa of Itenairlna. Kase of Man agement. Durability, etc, l'a decided ad-1 vantage in any one of these Important fea- I tures alone, would give it uromineuce. But 1 It clearly excels in all of them. I This Is tbe Machine which has created such a sensntloii lu threshing muohlne cir-. cls during the past i wo years, 1- armera who have grain to be thre-hed give It a de- elded preierence on accvum. ui n. a saving qualities! Threshennen are giving in th-ir allegiance as fast as they cau sell thelrold machines so-as to buy this talk ing up their old ones I'll they get ild.f them euly for that purpose I Mai.utacturer of ami Agents for the old kinds bava banded together, forgeitlug the r quarrels and strik ing hands In a vain endeavor to slay the tide of p i u ar lavor 1 Meunwhile tbe de mand is such that those who w nt this im proved Thresher must order early. Circular mailed "Kree Circular giving a full description of tuts uurlvaled Thresher, separator and Cleaner, and th Improved AultmahA Tavlok "Mounted" ami "Down ' Elgin and Ten Horse Pom-era, together with many Uiustrat ousof devlo a Used or tin shiinr vr,il in ancient and mod ern tttnea. will be mailed Fkkk to all who send in their names and prwi oflice address to c. c. t MAM uERLAIN A CO. Sole Agents for Delaware County. AMrSEMEJtTS. jgRYAX'S GREAT jHEIVAGERIE, CAIIAVAIV, and CIRCLS ! A Grand Consolidation or Extraordinary Attractions ! 22 IMMENSE DENS, Containing EIVIXG SPECIMENS of the MOST RARE AND CURIOUS ANIMALS and BIRDS KNOWN TO ZOOLOGY. : All the truly Great Artists In the Areiiic Profession t The Largest arid Best Circus and Itlenagerie EVER ORGANIZED. ALL THE ANIMALS SPLESDID SPECIMEN'S OF THEIR SPECIES. EVERY MEMBER of the CIRCUS COMPANY A Bright Particular Star! ONE HUNDRED and FIFTY ii O R S E s , AND OVEH ONE HUNDRED jTI E IV ! SPLENDID SIX CENTRE POLE PAVIEIOS! Cool in Warm "Weather ; Dry in "Wet Weather. COME AND SEE The Stupendous I'arade ! On the morning of the day of Exhibition. admission, . - . . - CHILDREN, (under lOyrs.) SO CENTH. - CENTS. Doors open at lj and PA o'clock WILL EXHIBIT AT DELAWARE, WKDXESDAV, AlCJ. 11, 1S69. Cardlngton, Marysvllle. Jyao-2t August IO. Aug-nst 12. (HAS. CASTLE. CH AS. WHITNEY, & : Agents. r STOVES, TIJWARE, &c. Q0,OOO FRUIT CA.S I MADE oat of the Beat Charcoal Tin warranted not to leak for sale at tne lowest cosh prices by . . .- . - . Jylfl-tr THOMAS EVANS, Jr. TIN Rooftna;, House and Barn 8poo ingdone on short notice. Also, all Job bing and Repairing belonging t.. the Tin smith business. Prices always as low as the Quality of the material used will p-rmit, jyl6-tf THOMAS EVANS, Ja. MOKM3iU STAR Cooking Stoves have been tho roughly tested fir the past cen years. Thrfusahos lestl'y bt its superior qualities. Buy it and you will have no regrets of so foolish an act as being led away by Fashion. Thomas Evans. Jr., is the only Stove dealer in Delaware that can buy of the Manufacturers or the Morn ing Star. libers cannot nay tueiu except by deception. Buy only then of THOMAS EVANS, Jr., . Sole Agent Of Manufacturers for Dela wart) County; ii6-U VOC are not hnmbagged In baying a I 1 high priced Cook tug Htove wnen you buy the Stewart Coon mg Stove of THOMAS EVANS, JR., Sole Agent of Manufacturers for Delaware County. jyl-tf DO'T fail to e the new Cooking Steve,at lavau'e, caded Superior and Independent, patented enlfr laat March. These Stoves have very high evens, admit' ting long wood, naving patent Pender doors iu combination with register outer door, thus affording ready access to the fire-box at all tlm-s heailng ihe air before tt reaches the tire, which reduces the quantity ot fuel reoulred below that of oiher 8 oves. The Indenendent has a Patent Extended Top- Re ervoir. warming closet, and six-hole ar rangement. They are warranted to give satlsiactlon or no sale. STOTOS, TliV WARE AM) IIOt'SE FlUSISIIMG GOODS, THOJIAS EVAxS, Jr., FEELS frratcfnl for the very lit eral patronage received, and with his Old blotto, Never to be beaten in quality or price. Is confident of making it the Interest of all to purcha-e of him. Don't say this is merely a putT, till you have examined and priced his goods. Come and see and know for yourself that EVAN'S experience of twen ty-two years enables him to select aud offer lorsuie tne most uesirauie patterns oi Cooking and Ileatlna; stoves. and to manufacture the best articles of Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Ware. By the liberal patronage received and close application to business, he has beeu enabled to erect and fit up, one door souih of his old building, commonly kuowu aa the EVAKS' BLOCK, one of the largest and finest rooms In the State, and In addition to the large variety of Mouse ruriiisinug iioou, n ere to lore aept. ne nas auuea a -Wm7nleen Stoc of SHELF HARD WAKE, NAILS. GLASS, PAIXTS, OILS. VAR NISHES, MARBLEIZED IROlf and SLA TB MANTLES, ENAM ELED OS A TES, Ac, dr., Ac. you cau now get of Evans every Article or HARDWARE needed in building your house. He will do your Tin Rooung and Spouting, and sell you beautiful patterns of MARBLEIZED MANTLES. EN AM KLkl) UHAI'rX First-class COOKING and HEATING STOVES, ICE CH KSTS, RKFRUi l.M All IRS, ICE CREAM KRKKZ.fc.liS, a com- plute assortment of CUTLERY, and au almost endless variety of Iloune FurnlNblnur Goods. With a determination to manufactnre and sail every article in accordance, with the inotto never to be beate-tt In quality or price and none but the beat material an, I work men employed in the manufacturing de. portme ut every article i ma warra.. teal there can be no presiimptlou in concluding tuat such an estahlisiuu. ut must coutinue to receive a liberal pauouugo, Jjlo-U issibaAci:. ATJDITOR OF STATE'S OFFlCEi, Department of Insurance. C0Z.PMBM8, 0; Jan. 21, lew. It Is hereby certified, that the ll ABTroso FIKE lusUKAtirt Co.. located at Hartford, State of Connecticut, has co nplieo in ail re spects, with the laws of this fatal relatl rtg to such Insurance Coinpani-s for the cur rent year, and haa nifxi tn hi oiflva a sworn statement, hy the proper otfjeers, showing its condition and business, at tue dflte ot snch. statement, aa loliows : Amount of actual paid up Cap ital 11,000,000 uu Aggregate amount of available Ass-Ui 2,247,209 72 Aggregate amount of Liabili ties, including Re-lnsuracice. 1,005,583 11 Antonnt of Income for the pre ceding year 1,65,023 51 Amount of expenditures ior the preceding year 1 477,-it !i In Witness VTiereof, I bave ' , hereunto subscribed my (seal) name, and Ciused the tal oi ' r ' my Office to be affixed, t he day aud year above written. JAME "I. OftPM A v, ' At UlXOtL of Htatk GEO. C- EATON, AontT. A rAITIIFlI, FRIEXIV, One that is always ready io aid In tbe hour of misfortune bv fire, has theold Hahtfokb Fiaa Insurance to. prov ed to be for i-mo-t Sixty Years, to ail h r PotM-y Hoi'lera. Always solid, safe, promt.;; and l,heat, she has won her hosts of friend and patrons, by superior merits, t-he piomls-oiay whst she is ante and willing to perform. Cash ability- and cnreful maan sfein-nt marie the OLD Haktfokd as one of tne wry txsl insur ance Companies in Amer ca. With Cash Ashkts of over In and it Quarter Millions of IMlars, ratw lor insur ance a chkap aa securit.i will pnmiit, you can trust your dwelling or merchandise to no safer insurance thnn a Hartfi.rd Policy will afford. Secure one ut once from the gent GEO. C. ICATO.V, Templar Hall Bnlldlof. Je4 AUDITOR OF STATE'S OFFICE, Department of Insurance, Columsch, O., Jaa. 30, 139. It Is hereby rertifl-d tint the HOME IN SURANCE COMPANY, li.caled at New Ha ven, In the State of Connecticut, has com- Slied In all respects wl h the laws of this tatc relating toHiieh Irlsr ranee Companl", for the current ye.r, and has filed In this office a sworn statement, by the proper orri cers, showing It condltlt d and business at the date of such statement, as follows : Amount of actual paid-up Capi tal . 81,000,000 ot Aggregate amount of availuble Assets 1,621,774 39 Aggregate amountof Lla 'iliiics. Including re-insurance 775,034 27 Amount of lucome ior tne pre ceding year 1,073,725 80 Amountof Expenditures for the pieceding year 1,970,811 1 In witness whereof, I have here unto suhscri ed my namn, aud 8EAL.1 caused the s ;al of my olice to be affixed, trie day and year above written. JAS. H. GOODMAN, Auditor of Slate. GEO. C. EATON, AOEJT. ENERGY AM ARlLITlt . Are sterling qualities, snd they have emi nently marked the h,sl')ry of the Horn 1 8UBANCB Company of N tw Haven. From the beginning ot this Company in 1,9, it has won ita way npwaid. until, in l--, lui receipt were only exceeded by two Ameri can f ire Insurance Companies. 2or-f in the Union inits Cash recripts,ihi youutt Ham son of insurance is no ready to protect your homes from loss or damage by fire. Pebpetual Policies, insuring your dwell ings for One Premium, without any renew als, will be furnished by the AKi-nt ou mod erate and libe&rt terms. Money can be saved by property owners in Delaware coun ty in this way. It is mu h cheo per than any Mutual, with its premium notes, can be. Don't delay calling for a poiicy. GEO. C. EATON j Agent, lei Tea plar Hall Building. DRY GOODS. CLOSI.-OlT s. i.i: OK i: ji u is n u o ii BY clover mtorui'.rts. Main Street, below William. t EL A WARE. OHIO. FTER JILV 30th, we will otTer GREAT ARGAI.i ix s r ji ji jc r i;ooM ! iNri.rpiN-iJ "id'Ui, Iaurnit, Piques', Poplins, Ginghttns, Dilrint', M hit Gond. Pc Shawls, Pilfttfotx. if., We will not carry over any Summer Good. IF THEY CAN BE SOLD AT CO!ST : We also have n goid assortment of Domestic Dry Cooil, JVotlon, Hats and 8noes, Which we will sell as low as can be afforded. Having selected ond nt away over fr'i.tvm worth of Gwwis from on r stak witliin tti post few months, and tilled up with New Goods Instead our en' ire t, k ronid not be botiKht at this time for le. thsn it cost us. Hence we are atl-i and det'rniln"1 to sell our goods at low-,r prices than those merchants who are ho ding on to old tttwks the accumulation of yeai-s and which Were bought at high pi ices. It will be tp the Interest of buyera to ex amine our stock and n-irw t,iore 'iir' has Inir. . Ul.oN Kit bltol ii h.ii. Juiy3H Successors to Glover A 1'ei lei t. MILLI.'iLUV. JN1 ISS E. J. ROtiK.l S HAS NOW THE service of a splendid Dressmaker. A J IPS K. J. 11 Children ROGERS KEEPS IIAlE OH A C1SS E. J ROGKRiS KELPS HATS FOR 1 Al isNes auu Boys. M)R the best Bamicta, go to files K. J.RoGEiio'. IK yon crOnld bwy a t'ltllri's lt 1 please you, go to JIM li. J: KiKIKlii'. to A f ISS K. J, ROCiRKS kM the latest style of every thing. 'OU can sxt a Dm, made to fit at K. J. ROGERS'. 'OU WILL FIND A Flf-T-t I. ASM M1L . LINLit at Mlti L. a. ii..i...iUi.-i'. r. nd Otted, go to .lilt a k J, Kijvr-ia'. CLOTHES HBKGERS. w nnc E R I) E I O T ! l ulvemal Cog" I'lteel Monitor Ct R Wheel, (Bclf-adjusting Rubber Fprtns; C huiiilon Iat.Cotr iTtieel, (Uollcr Regulator.) Call and Ket one. and If not satisfied It ttie money w til be refuinte,!. J uu. t, vm. V. v.' a . . tv e ii American Watchr. T am ullliit oh ta KLUIt ud A nAlilUA.1 a iv 1 1 r.s prlcas tor Cosh. I'LATT. Jew.-t luiyou ii No. II w nl.uis 1 Hrt Assort t ot M r sale at C Plait'h .lnwt,ir si. Williams Block. lulv," No, ; -lf IVoticc. Ir(awar County farmers1 W,l) meel nt I in I lnK n,u.,.. , i riMtB J Ciubw. pletoii di M- Eiroj s otli in. Aumw 1 i ocioclt I'. M. T..I-H- : Tl uu.tuu u,i expediency of estsl.lisii.uK, ,, a system of frocit tAI r iu (itt, toulliv . iui atteudauce ia riu sied. i. . Attcntioii lii'cri he&y. I urnsmtJH nhty may, nos. . . 4.. cr mi w l. iji co.llln.. .el 6u.ar at OLD PRICLs.